Our first guest today is tourism expert and Nova Scotia native Pam Wamback will give her list of must-do Nova Scotia experiences. Are you ready to dip your toe back into travel but unsure of where to go? American travelers looking for a destination rich with culture, cuisine, and outdoor adventure don’t need to go far. Atlantic Canada is easily accessible from the Northeast, offering an abundance of wide-open spaces, coastal small towns, culinary delicacies, outdoor adventures, etc.
How about Kayaking adventures that include spending the night on your very own island? Climbing aboard North America’s only Magic Winery Bus to explore one of 3 wine regions in Canada, sampling Nova Scotia’s signature wine Tidal Bay? Discover unique culinary adventures along the Lobster Trail, the Chowder Trail, and the Good Cheer Trail. Taking a “Helicopter-Picnic,” flying from historic Halifax to a private beach on Sambro Island? Well you can and more For more information visit: www.novascotia.com
Our second guest is Dr. Scott Curry, Assistant Professor and Associate Hospital Epidemiologist at the Medical University of South Carolina, he will discuss the impact of the Omicron variant and ways to stay healthy as we spend more time indoors during the winter months. He will also address myths and misinformation about vaccines, clarify the need for and timing of boosters, and provide insights on any other COVID-related topic.
As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 continues to rapidly spread across the nation and cases surge, hospitals are filling up again, mostly with unvaccinated people. Vaccines continue to decrease the risk of severe disease, hospitalization, and death from COVID. Being boosted offers the best defense. Yet, many people who are eligible for a booster have not yet gotten one. More Americans can get strong protection with the recent authorization of vaccines and boosters for younger children. It is so important to be protected for you and your family. For more information please visit www.vaccines.gov
Our next guest is Dr. Steven Cliff, Deputy Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has continued its effort to ‘spring forward’ this past month to safety by encouraging consumers to check their vehicles for safety recalls twice a year—timed conveniently with the beginning and end of Daylight Saving Time. Dr. Steven Cliff of NHTSA shares how using these simple lookup tools, and getting recalls fixed for free by your dealer, can keep your loved ones and fellow motorists safe.
Dr. Steven Cliff, Deputy Administrator of NHTSA, oversees the nation’s vehicle safety agency that sets vehicle safety standards, identifies safety defects and manages recalls, and educates Americans to help them drive, ride, and walk safely. NHTSA’s work also includes establishing fuel economy regulations and helping facilitate the testing and deployment of advanced vehicle technologies. The agency has a budget of more than $1 billion and more than 600 full-time employees across the country. For more information, visit www.nhtsa.gov/recalls